Chrissie Kruger

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You might say that lag is the true ‘secret’ within the game of golf. Of course, it isn’t much a secret in reality – millions of golfers understand lag, and currently use it to their…

Put a little BOOM in your with these three simple drills to help you create more lag.

new golf rules 2019

new golf rules 2019

Tip of the Week 210 » Slippery Downslope to Tight Pin | Golf Survival Guide

Tip of the Week 210 » Slippery Downslope to Tight Pin | Golf Survival Guide

Maklike skilferkorsdeeg

Maklike skilferkorsdeeg

Zodiac-Mx6

Zodiac-Mx6

Buying fresh herbs at the grocery store can get expensive. You get a small amount for $2-$4 and the quality usually isn’t that great. You can save a lot of money by having your own DIY herb garden. Herbs are easy to take care of and don’t require much space. The seedlings, potting soil and pots are very inexpensive too. Also, …

Buying fresh herbs at the grocery store can get expensive. You get a small amount for $2-$4 and the quality usually isn’t that great. You can save a lot of money by having your own DIY herb garden. Herbs are easy to take care of and don’t require much space. The seedlings, potting soil and pots are very inexpensive too. Also, …

Doing Keto? Here's a great tip - take one of these boxes and fill it will Keto snacks to take with you to work or keep handy in the fridge. Then when you want a snack you can just grab the box & know everything in is is Keto! Hope this helps you

For long work days.

Boontjiesop met beesvleis

Boontjiesop met beesvleis

Most slow-swinging amateurs slap at the ball or try to scoop it up into the air, which causes the clubhead to slow down through impact. There's no gradual buildup of speed, which is a defining trait of good tempo. To learn how to accelerate the club through impact to a full, balanced finish, practice swinging with your headcover on your driver. The additional resistance on the clubhead will force you to drive it through impact into a full finish, and will teach you how to use tempo to…

Most slow-swinging amateurs slap at the ball or try to scoop it up into the air, which causes the clubhead to slow down through impact. There's no gradual buildup of speed, which is a defining trait of good tempo. To learn how to accelerate the club through impact to a full, balanced finish, practice swinging with your headcover on your driver. The additional resistance on the clubhead will force you to drive it through impact into a full finish, and will teach you how to use tempo to…